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An interesting op-ed on the state of net-neutrality. The issue and threat it seems to me comes not from companies preventing access but governments. Im not sure we should be adding a level of regulation to this, it doesn’t make sense. Censorship in this new world will create issues, significant ones. I imagine it will only be a matter of time before the UN creates an IMF style org to oversea the digital world. When/if that happens I have significant concerns about the freedom in a broader sense…
What do you think is net-neutrality an issue where we say it’s not broke don’t fix it?
The rules would ban high-speed Internet providers like Comcast Corp and Verizon Communications from blocking lawful traffic, while recognizing the need to manage network congestion and perhaps charge based on Internet usage.
(Msnbc.com is a joint venture of Microsoft and NBC Universal, which is in negotiations to be acquired by Comcast.)
The rules, to be somewhat looser for wireless Internet, could help cable companies in competition with plans by Microsoft Corp, Google Inc and Amazon.com to deliver competing video content over the same Internet lines the cable companies run to customers’ homes.
In other words, the FCC and the Obama Administration buckled when it came to ensuring that all data is treated equally on the Internet. This opens the door for a la carte Internet service. Want YouTube? That’s $9 extra a month. Google? $5. Email? $6 (or you could just use our service which is free!).